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Developing a district IT policy

Developing a district IT policy

proposals formulated by members of a workshop held in June 1983 about the development of a district policy for the introduction of information technology with particular emphasis on the implementation of computerised departmental information systems.

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Published by King"s Fund on behalf of the NHS/DHSS Health Services Information Steering Group in London .
Written in English


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